Humor: This Article is Redacted
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Humor: This Article is Redacted

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Humor: “No, we’re supposed to haggle,” says advisor to student who just wants to graduate on time
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Humor: “No, we’re supposed to haggle,” says advisor to student who just wants to graduate on time

And now for, something completely not different that millennials still won’t understand: a Monty Python parody! The following is a scene from the life of Brian. No no,…

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America hasn’t learned its lesson on immigration
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America hasn’t learned its lesson on immigration

Chinese exclusion set the stage for present day immigration policies, mistreatment of migrants at the southern border Martin Luther King Jr. reminded us that, “Injustice anywhere is a…

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Humor: Don’t judge these controversial figures for their politics — judge them for being bad at music
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Humor: Don’t judge these controversial figures for their politics — judge them for being bad at music

By knowing nothing about classical music, Millennials deny themselves a valuable political attack strategy Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Bartók, Haydn, Mozart, Mahler, Strauss, Chopin, Liszt, Debussy, Ravel, Rachmaninoff, Richard…

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Humor: Jackass in humanities class baffled by how many academic papers “Al Et” has written
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Humor: Jackass in humanities class baffled by how many academic papers “Al Et” has written

Alfred? Alexander? Alexandra? Dear Editors at The California Aggie, My name is Dr. Barnaby Alastair Exeter-Asherton, PhD, and I’m a professor in the Department of Sociology at UC…

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We’ve never seen a show like “Game of Thrones” and we never will again
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We’ve never seen a show like “Game of Thrones” and we never will again

No show will ever attain the same cultural, critical acclaim As “Game of Thrones” finally came to an end this season, I realized just how much of a…

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#Vanlife
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#Vanlife

Another BS travel blog phenomenon? “#Vanlife” turns up over five million results on Instagram, the majority of which are posed, pleasantly tan, often filtered, classicly athletic young people…

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Letter to the Editor
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Letter to the Editor

Should students pay more for parking? To the Editor: Re: TAPS to increase parking permit rates starting July 1 (news story, May. 27): Students who live in-town should…

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Title IX does us a disservice
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Title IX does us a disservice

I am a rape survivor and Title IX makes me feel unsafe Title IX of the 1972 Education Act states: “No person in the United States shall, on…

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Cartoon: Goodbye
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2018–19 Goodbye Editorial
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2018–19 Goodbye Editorial

Don’t you forget about us *throws fist in air* Emily Stack, Editor-in-Chief By Hannah Holzer My first interaction with Emily went something like this: My shy freshman self…

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Thorough investigation of Band-Uh! long overdue
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Thorough investigation of Band-Uh! long overdue

Suspension provides opportunity to enact positive change It was announced that the California Aggie Marching Band, also known as Band-Uh!, had been placed on interim suspension on May…

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Humor: Gary May battles Katehi in the Death Star
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Humor: Gary May battles Katehi in the Death Star

Star Wars vs. Star Trek — who would win? What started as an innocent conversation between UC Davis’ current Chancellor Gary May and pepper spray perpetrator Linda Katehi…

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Robotic sex dolls promote rape culture
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Robotic sex dolls promote rape culture

Guilt-free sex with female look-alikes is an algorithm for the objectification of women The internet and reality morph into what is called the “Nether,” replete with realms in…

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These brands are profiting off of your misery
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These brands are profiting off of your misery

Young people are depressed and as anxious as ever — some companies see that as a financial opportunity Millennials and members of Generation Z have a lot to…

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